Exploring the boundaries between individual and collective land use management in a CPR system : the PAE Chico Mendes ( Acre , Brazil )

@inproceedings{Tourneau2017ExploringTB,
  title={Exploring the boundaries between individual and collective land use management in a CPR system : the PAE Chico Mendes ( Acre , Brazil )},
  author={François-Michel Le Tourneau and B Longest Beaufort},
  year={2017}
}
The economic modernization of the Amazon fostered by the Brazilian military government during the 1960s and 1970s was largely realized without taking into consideration the presence of local households which lived from the extraction of forest products (mainly non-timber). When they began to be expulsed, a political resistance, often guided by the Catholic Church, appeared as well as the creation of unions based on traditional identities, especially that of rubber tappers. During the 1980s… CONTINUE READING

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